Write Night is moving online!
Join us on the New Writing South Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/newwritingsouth for an exclusive Facebook Live interview with novelist Evie Wyld.
Date: Thursday 16 April, 6pm (NB this is an online event, via Facebook Live)
Evie Wyld will be in conversation with Wayne Herbert on the processes of (re-)writing, discovery and editing in her novel-writing practice. Get an insight into how her work has evolved and changed during the writing process.
Even award-winning writers don’t always get it right in the first draft. Join us for what will be a fascinating insight into a successful author’s writing world.
Admission to this online event is free.
If you'd like to ask Evie a question please email it to us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be the opportunity for some of you to ask some questions during this live event.
Stay in, stay safe and join us for Write Night online!
Evie Wyld's debut novel, After the Fire, A Still Small Voice, was shortlisted for the Impac Prize and awarded the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. Her second, All the Birds, Singing, won the Miles Franklin Prize, the Encore Prize and the EU Prize for Literature, and shortlisted for the Costa Best Novel awards. In 2013 she was named as one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists, having previously been named by the BBC as one of the twelve best new British writers. She lives in Peckham.
Her new novel – The BASS ROCK was published by Jonathan Cape on 26 March.
A multilayered masterpiece; vivid, chilling, leaping jubilantly through space and time, it’s a jaw dropping novel that confirms Wyld as one of our most gifted young writers. -- Alex Preston, Observer
Vividly told and compelling... The Bass Rock...is beautifully written and powered by blistering force and righteous anger. --Alice O'Keefe, Bookseller
*We will be recording this live event for NWS social media channels for those of you who can't make it at 6pm.